Tin Hau Temple Road

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Entrance of the Tin Hau Temple Garden along Tin Hau Temple Road. CausewayBay TinHauTemple Entrance.jpg
Entrance of the Tin Hau Temple Garden along Tin Hau Temple Road.
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Tin Hau Temple Road
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Belilios Public School, 51 Tin Hau Temple Road

Tin Hau Temple Road (Chinese :天后廟道) is a road starting in Causeway Bay near Tin Hau MTR station with a large portion being in the North Point Mid-Levels on Hong Kong Island, in Hong Kong.

Starting from King's Road on the west, the road then slopes up, before being mostly flat, until it ends in a dead end after a roundabout. A number of intersections connect Tin Hau Temple Road to other roads, such as Fortress Hill Road, Cloud View Road and Pak Fuk Road.

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Coordinates: 22°17′16.1″N114°11′58.1″E / 22.287806°N 114.199472°E / 22.287806; 114.199472

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